Callum Cockerill-Mollett: "All I Want to Do is Play Games For This Club"

Walsall left-back Callum Cockerill-Mollett has spoken ahead of this weekend's League Two clash with Stevenage and admitted he is delighted to have made the breakthrough to the first-team, before discussing his desire to earn a new deal.
Leicester-born Callum, a product of the club's Academy system, penned his first professional contract back in the summer of 2016 before going on to make his first-team debut in the EFL Trophy in august of the same year.

Following loan spells with Telford United and Chasetown, the latter of which seeing him earning plenty of plaudits after entering several superb displays, the 20-year-old has earned a spot in the team and is keen to make the most of it.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Callum said; "All I want to do is play games for this club. The more games I get, the more chance I have of progressing and getting another contract to carry on.

"All I have to do is keep working hard, keep playing well and keep my place in the team. All I’ve ever wanted is a run of games and I’m starting to get that now. I feel like every game I’m progressing and playing better. And I get more confident - personally it’s good. The team is doing well too which is a bonus."

Callum was one of four Academy graduates named in the team to take on Cambridge United last weekend and Callum, who was joined in the team by Liam Roberts, Liam Kinsella, and Alfie Bates believes the club's desire to help youngsters progress is coming good.

Callum added; "That’s the philosophy of the club, it always has been since I’ve been here. I’ve been here for five years now. It’s always been youngsters getting chances. Then moving them on after that, but I want to do well for this club and progress myself. Hopefully get us to the top of the table."
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